V-Day Disco/Fundraiser on Friday, February 9th

Our popular winter disco event returns. This year you can buy your tix ahead of time by going here.

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No Place for Hate Event – Tuesday, August 22nd @ 6pm

Hull’s No Place for Hate Committee (NPFH) is sponsoring a community-wide forum on How to Respond to Hateful Actions.

Tuesday, August 22 at 6:00 PM at end of Lewis Street at Nantasket Beach for a “symbolic casting of hate” into the ocean; then 7:00 PM at the Senior Center, 197A Samoset Avenue, Hull, MA 02045 for a presentation.

Hull Police will make a presentation on what they consider a hateful action needing their involvement. Then the NPFH committee will offer information from the Southern Poverty Law Foundation and other sources on some responses to hateful actions.

This should be a thought-provoking and a good discussion that will hopefully lead people to examine and flesh-out their own thoughts on the topic and to plan how each of us thinks is the best way to respond if/when we’re exposed to hateful acts or acts of bigotry and prejudice.

 

Hull Pride on Saturday, June 3rd

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The Hull Gay Pride Committee would like to thank everyone that attended and supported our 5th Annual Hull Pride event this Saturday at Mariner’s Park and the Hull Yacht Club. This year’s event was the biggest one ever, and we are grateful that so much of Hull and the South Shore showed up to support the LGBTQ community. The theme of our annual event has always been Inclusion and you could see that on full display this weekend: families, gay couples, straight couples, neighbors, summer visitors and more, all enjoying the day’s field games, live music and dance party. We awarded our first Hull Pride scholarship to a brand new graduate of Hull High School. We were humbled by the Town of Hull’s official proclamation of June 3, 2017 as Hull Pride Day. And we were grateful for all the hard work of our hosts at the Hull Yacht Club, especially Lenny Russell and Sue Flaherty. A special thanks to all the volunteers, participants, vendors and visitors who made the event possible including: drag-queen-in-chief Trampolina; our live band SeaWitch; artist Trish Turner for our raffle prize; photographer Joe Berkeley; Nona’s Ice Cream; L Street Pizza; Selectmen Domenico Sestito, Chris Mitchell and Jen Constable; State Representative Joan Meschino; and our growing team of committee members that spent a year planning all the logistics, marketing and more. Check our website http://www.hullpride.net for photos and upcoming events and activities.

Peace and love,
The Hull Gay Pride Committee

Getting to Hull Pride

There are more options than just driving to Hull Pride on Saturday, June 4th. Hull is a beautiful place for walking or bicycling.  Or if you’re coming from Boston, take the MBTA ferry (see here and below).  It’s a cheap ride ($8.50 one way), it’s quick (25min) and its beautiful.  And don’t forget to RSVP for the event.

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